Whether you’re going on vacation or celebrating your child’s first birthday, recording those memories as vividly as possible is of great importance. Canon has always been recognized as a leader in photography, and continues to be at the forefront of digital imaging. With the launch of the company’s new DC40 DVD Camcorder, you can be sure that the picture of little Billy’s first birthday cake will be crystal clear for all to see.
One of the DC40’s main selling points is the 4.3 megapixel CCD image sensor with RGB Primary Color Filter. Excellent image quality with rich, vibrant colors can be expected, when recording both video and stills. Watching your creations couldn’t be easier, as they are recorded directly onto DVD-R/-RW discs which can be popped directly into just about any DVD player. Each 4.7 GB disc holds about 60 minutes of video.
Expect the Canon DC40 DVD Camcorder to hit shelves near the end of March, but you should start saving up those pennies now, because you’ll be put back $899.
- Super slim design
- 10x optical zoom
- 4.3 megapixel CCD image sensor
- RGB primary color filter
- DIGIC DV image processor
- Canon’s widescreen high resolution recording